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Posted by  SARNO ARCHITETTI on October 20, 2002 at 08:31:16:

A synthetic history of Italian Organic Architecture :
In Italy the organic architecture has as historicals exponents: Giovanni Michelucci (1891-1991, master of italian organic and social architecture), Luigi Piccinato (1899-1983, master of italian organic town-planning), Bruno Zevi (1918-2000, critic and promoter international's fame of italian organic and social architecture), Carlo Scarpa (1906-1978), Giulio De Luca (1912), Marcello D'Olivo (1921-1991), Leonardo Ricci (1918-1994), Luigi Pellegrin (1925-2001), Aldo Loris Rossi (1933, organic centrifugal explosion of architectonic space), Rolando Scarano (1941, theorist of scientific architecture as organic generative process).
At present in Italy, Sarno Architetti study (website http://www.sarnoarchitetti.com) , founded by two brothers, Carmine Sarno (1958) and Carlo Sarno (1959), promotes Italian New Organic and Social Architecture.
Cordially , Carlo Sarno
SARNO ARCHITETTI, Nuova architettura organica italiana.

 
 
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